Wallace Wade Stadium, Durham

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'''Brooks Field at Wallace Wade Stadium is a 40,004-seat stadium on the campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, United States. Primarily used for American football, it is the home field of the Duke Blue Devils. It opened in 1929 with a game against Pitt, as the first facility in Duke's new West Campus. Originally named Duke Stadium, it was renamed in 1967 for football coach Wallace Wade and has remained Wallace Wade Stadium ever since. The field was named Brooks Field at the beginning of the 2015 season after the removal of track and lowering of the field level seats.
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  • Not the largest stadium in the conference has a lot of character. Parking is priemium as most college games. Named for one of Duke's most succesful coaches. The 1938 Iron Dukes are one of only three c...  more »
  • We visited this stadium this past football season. The walk through the campus was beautiful, but it was a very long walk. We drove around campus for quite some time looking for a parking area close t...  more »
  • The new renovations really make this stadium a great place to visit for a football game. There are a lot of food options as well.  more »
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  • This I must say is the greatest football stadium in the history of college football. Second To None Wallace Wade Stadium boast a rich tradition. Hosting the Rose Bowl in 1940. The Duke Blue Devils are without question the best football team of all time. Unlike inferior schools like the University of North Carolina and North Carolina State University which are in the general area of the state as Duke University Wallace Wade Stadium boasts comfortable seating delicious food at a low cost and if you know where to go you can even get beer or wine.
  • This review is a little different. I am rating as a photographer photographing night games. It is a very good venue for photographers. The lighting is great, bright white with no flicker or cycling. The sidelines are also very good, enough room to move and the artificial turf gives good footing. The press box and media areas are also fine. The staff works hard to make sure you have what you need. 5 stars!
  • Great Stadium! I heard they have done alot of remodeling. Better parking now as well. Get out have a great family game day/night.
  • Nice stadium, small tho. Plenty of parking, wasn't free the day we watched the High School football Championship. It snowed the entire game! The hot chocolate was Great!
  • Really had a great time at the Pitt vs Duke football game, Pitt won! Let's go Pitt!!!! :)
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